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Upcoming Events

Angel Tree

The Angel Tree will go up TODAY until Sunday, December 7th when you can select the child you wish to sponsor. Let us make their Christmas and ours a more joyful event than ever before.  

8 am

Turkey Lunch Sunday, November 23rd.

  Sunday November 23rd we will have a turkey lunch following the 2nd service.  The congregation are asked to bring sides and desserts. If you are able to help with serving or clean up please sign up on the communication card.  

11:30 am

Want to Get into the Christmas Spirit

Then join us on Nov. 24 (Mon.) at 10:00 a.m. to help decorate this beautiful church of ours!  All ages are welcome.  You can sit down to fluff bows, stand to set up displays, or climb ladders to hang wreaths and ornaments – something for everybody!  Please sign up on

10:00 am

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Congregational Mission Study Underway
November 19th, 2014

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NCD Natural Church Development Profile
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This past summer a cross-section of the congregation took an assessment of First Presbyterian Church.  This assessment was compared with assessments taken around the world of churches.  It compares the assessment of First Presbyterian by church members with other congregations in eight (8) quality characteristics of the ministry of First

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This past week I met with a group of pastors from around the area for a Micah group, a group of different pastors who meet every other month over a two year season. I am blessed by the diversity in our group especially as we talked through the national, local

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